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Today’s evening news (Thursday, September 19, 2019)

The Nation

  • Many trapped, one missing as flood wrecks havoc in Ibadan 
  • Drama as PDP BoT chair, scribe sing discordant tune over ‘report’
  • EKiti SIEC chairman unfit to conduct council polls-PDP
  • BREAKING: suspend cashless policy, Reps tell CBN
  • Xenophobia: Nigeria, South Africa to hold conference next month 
  • Bayelsa Kingdom gives red card to PDP, backs Lyon
  • US drone strike kills 30 farm workers in Afghanistan 
  • NDLEA arrests seven drug barons in Kwara 
  • Biafra grievances with UN, says Kanu 
  • BREAKING: Nigeria loses $1.35b (N481b) to oil theft 
  • Obaseki nominates Iyase as commissioner 
  • PHOTOS: Court of Appeal Abuja flooded 
  • Youth Council to Bobrisky: renounce LGBT or leave Nigeria 
  • Nigerians react to sack of HoS Oyo-Ita 
  • ‘Where you are born determines your future’ 
  • Staff, litigants groan as flood ravages Appeal Court in Abuja
  • BREAKING: Tribunal upholds Emmanuel’s election 
  • Troops rescue eight kidnap victims in Kaduna 
  • Just in:Buhari, Service Chiefs meet in Aso Rock
  • FIFA Ranking: Nigeria drop by one spot, now 34th 
  • Photos: Govs, others at NEC meeting 
  • Wife docked for allegedly photographing husband without permission 
  • Boko Haram fleeing to neighboring countries, Army claims 
  • Mother, two children die after ‘Amala’ meal 
  • Hackers impersonating me on social media, Dare warns 
  • Army dispels rumour on planned Maiduguri attacks 
  • JUST IN: kidnapped mother of AIT staff regains freedom
  • UPDATED: Court winds-up P&ID, local affiliate
  • JUST IN: Osinbajo presides over National Economic Council 
  • FIFA tells Iran it is time to allow women into stadiums 
  • Strike on Iran would mean ‘all-out war’, says Iranian minister 
  • Cult clashes: Council boss imposes curfew on Delta communities 
  • Eight things you should know about Yemi-Esan new Head of Service 
  • BREAKING: FIBA ranking: Nigeria moves to 23rd 
  • Xenophobia: Malawian repatriates displaced nationals from South Africa 
  • Flooding: NERC orders three hydro power plants ‘must run’ 
  • BREAKING: P&ID agents admit fraud, tax evasion charges 
  • Boko Haram: Army assures Maiduguri residents of safety 
  • Muslims, Oro worshippers in war of words over festival

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Dangote commends new economic advisory council, border closure
  • 12 dead in attacks on DR Congo refugee camps
  • Ex-Spurs, United forward Berbatov retires
  • Lewandowski strikes again as Bayern see off Red Star
  • $9.6bn judgment can’t stand after P&ID’s conviction for fraud —Malami
  • Lagos rolls out activities for Nigeria’s 59th Independence Anniversary celebrations
  • Buhari receives German Ambassador, promises deeper relations
  • Football fan banned, fined for taking selfie with Mbappe
  • Cashless policy: Reps ask CBN to suspend charges on deposits
  • Army shuts NGO’s office in Borno
  • VIDEO: China unveils mascot for 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics
  • MC Oluomo reacts to criticism over UNILAG invitation
  • Mother, two children die, father hospitalised after eating yam flour in Ekiti
  • Tunisia’s ex-president, Ben Ali, dies at 83
  • BREAKING: Appeal Court declares APC winner of Billiri/Balanga federal constituency
  • Mother, two children die, father hospitalised after eating yam flour in Ekiti
  • Tipper driver flees after killing two in Anambra
  • Wife sued for allegedly photographing husband without permission
  • 61-year-old paedophile asks to be eight-year-old girl’s lover
  • Alleged Rape: Teacher, pregnant 12-year-old student are lovers —Adamawa NUT boss
  • Indonesian couples flogged for displaying affection in public
  • Gunmen kill 32-year-old footballer in Amsterdam
  • Jigawa 123 withdraw N1bn suit against Lagos
  • I lost my certificates to forceful eviction – Lawyer
  • BREAKING: Appeal Court declares APC winner of Billiri/Balanga federal constituency
  • Osinbajo: Group faults Afenifere, says Buhari’s action not unusual
  • Public outcry on N5.5bn SUVs, an insult –Senate
  • Buhari replaces embattled Oyo-Ita, ex-HoS faces EFCC
  • PDP senator dumps party, joins APC
  • My US trip will better Imo economy —Ihedioha
  • Cashless policy: Reps ask CBN to suspend charges on deposits
  • European shares rise as banks lead gains
  • Experts, OPS pick holes in CBN’s cashless policy … say charges’ll increase burden of bank customers
  • Telcos decry Abuja land restriction, seek intervention
  • CBN puts currency in circulation at N2.02tn
  • Discos move to install six million meters

(www.punchng.com)

The Guardian

  • Buhari challenges security chiefs on crude oil theft
  • Police fund tax will hurt investment, experts warn
  • Osinbajo and signs of end to honeymoon in Aso Rock
  • Nigeria needs N1.2b annually to maintain national stadia, says Dare
  • Sahara Reporters, CDHR offices blocked as police disrupt pro-Sowore protests
  • SGF, Ribadu, Adamu, Bindow, FCT Minister, others to reposition APC in Adamawa
  • Malaysia, Indonesia shut thousands of schools over forest fires haze
  • At least 10 killed in car bomb attack in southern Afghanistan
  • World Bank in talks with Nigeria for fresh $2.5 billion loan
  • EFCC arrest 25 LAUTECH students for internet fraud
  • Iran’s Khamenei approved Saudi strike: report
  • Fight Mayweather or retire, Arum tells Pacquiao
  • I deserve more Ballon d’Or awards than Messi, says Ronaldo
  • ‘Lazy, impatient coaches reason Rohr has only one home-based goalkeeper’
  • Heartland remember late heroes from 1994 Oriental Airlines crash
  • ‘I’m a big deal’, Opeyemi boasts ahead of Boxing Night in Lagos
  • Adekuoroye qualifies for 2020 Olympics, fights for bronze medal
  • Don’t pamper banks to make loans
  • An Interview with QuickCheck’s CEO, Fabiano Di Tomaso
  • Kwara lawmakers task governor on Child Rights Law
  • Ekiti APC rejects tribunal’s judgment sacking Adeyeye, declaring Olujimi winner
  • Tribunal upholds Bello’s election as Niger governor
  • Buhari challenges security chiefs on crude oil theft
  • Police fund tax will hurt investment, experts warn
  • Osinbajo and signs of end to honeymoon in Aso Rock
  • Nigeria needs N1.2b annually to maintain national stadia, says Dare
  • SGF, Ribadu, Adamu, Bindow, FCT Minister, others to reposition APC in Adamawa
  • Malaysia, Indonesia shut thousands of schools over forest fires haze
  • At least 10 killed in car bomb attack in southern Afghanistan
  • World Bank in talks with Nigeria for fresh $2.5 billion loan
  • EFCC arrest 25 LAUTECH students for internet fraud
  • Iran’s Khamenei approved Saudi strike: report
  • Women protest serial killings in Port Harcourt
  • No end in sight to Nigeria’s border closures
  • Young Nigerians storm National Assembly, protest against Bobrisky’s alleged transgender lifestyle
  • Reps threaten Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama, over Xenophobia
  • Fight Mayweather or retire, Arum tells Pacquiao
  • I deserve more Ballon d’Or awards than Messi, says Ronaldo
  • ‘Lazy, impatient coaches reason Rohr has only one home-based goalkeeper’
  • Heartland remember late heroes from 1994 Oriental Airlines crash
  • ‘I’m a big deal’, Opeyemi boasts ahead of Boxing Night in Lagos
  • Adekuoroye qualifies for 2020 Olympics, fights for bronze medal
  • Don’t pamper banks to make loans
  • An Interview with QuickCheck’s CEO, Fabiano Di Tomaso
  • Kwara lawmakers task governor on Child Rights Law
  • Ekiti APC rejects tribunal’s judgment sacking Adeyeye, declaring Olujimi winner
  • Tribunal upholds Bello’s election as Niger governor
  • CBN raises momentum in cash-less Nigeria project
  • Aviation biofuel production gets $2m boost ahead of 2023 target
  • Stakeholders warn against sharp practices in Nigeria’s oil, manufacturing sectors
  • Kanye West Tops Forbes List Of Highest Paid Hip Hop Acts
  • Reminisce Releases New Music “OGB4IG”
  • “The Boondocks” Is Coming Back With Two New Seasons
  • Nutritional adequacy and fruit juice: Striking healthy balance
  • Nigeria needs resilient health systems to contain outbreak of infectious diseases
  • How beauty, skincare products induce cancer, birth defect, organ damage

(www.guardian.ng)

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